The Tackling Inequality Donor Circle on Tuesday 7 May was quite the learning experience. The discussion made it very clear that there is immense value in bringing legal services into health settings. Thanks to our funders for showing a keen interest in exploring new ways of achieving justice both systematically and at a grassroots level. Also, a big thanks to our speakers Fiona, Tania, Charlie and Tessa for their amazing insights into the design and impact of health justice partnerships.


health justice case study

A case study from Health Justice Australia.

Health Justice Australia (HJA) is working towards better health and justice outcomes for vulnerable communities and the services that support them. If you’d like to support stage one of HJA’s $60,000 capacity-building program, focused on improving practitioner well being and building collaboration across the sector, please get in touch with the grants team via more about the program here.

First Step is unique in Australia, possibly the world, as a wrap-around addiction and mental health outpatient clinic with a fully integrated legal service.First Step wants to bring in a lawyer and legal case manager for an extra day each week, enabling more of their clients to access legal services. The cost for this is $30,000 over 12 months. If you would like to contribute to this important work, please get in touch with our grants team via Tania Wolff, CEO at First Step, said:

If you are an ACF funder and you would like to join a donor circle, get in touch with the grants team via or give us a call on (03) 9412 0412.